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Robert. 1379--1444, Flemish painter, noted esp for his altarpieces: usually identified with the so-called Master of Flémalle.
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Referencing works by Jan van Eyck, Hans Memling, Rogier van der Weyden, and Robert Campin, the artist chose unorthodox and difficult surfaces and materials, such as cardboard, coral, and a soccer ball (many of these items were found on walks), and pushed the original, canonical scenes beyond the traditional frame and into three-dimensional space.
The HMB Bolt replaces the pass-through cam pin hole with a campin socket and tapered campin design to remove the weak point of Mil-Spec bolts.
Robert Campin's oil-on-oak 'Annunciation Triptych' (also known as the 'Merode Altarpiece') from Belgium, circa 1427-1432, is a famed example of Nederlandish painting, showing delightful detail and the rich colors for which these artists were known.
Con este conjunto de ideas, en julio de 1953, Carulla Soler invirtio en lo que se denominaria uno de los primeros supermercados de Colombia, ubicado en el barrio El Campin de la ciudad de Bogota.
But the 22-year-old attacker tied his hands and choked him at their campin Muhaisnah on January 18 this year, prosecutors said.
In the context of the Ghent Christ's overdone Boschianism, the National Gallery and Palacio Real paintings reveal Bosch not so much as a grotesque painter, but as a master of human expression in the vein of predecessors like Robert Campin and Jan van Eyck.
A number of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists were killed in army operations carried out in al-Menshiye neighborhood and around al-Nazihin Campin Daraa al-Balad, while more terrorists werekilled and injured and their weapons and equipment were destroyed east of the old customs building.